The Scientist is thankful for this beautiful centerpiece of mosaic corn, which around 60 years ago helped Nobel Laureate Barbara McClintock discover jumping genetic elements.
By The Scientist Staff | November 21, 2012
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These comma-shape bacteria (Vibrio tasmaniensis) cultured from sand produce iron compounds that promote the growth of other bacteria.
By Tracy Vence
Sequencing the Ebola outbreak; optogenetic memory manipulation; monitoring post-publication peer review; yeast-based opioid production; even more ENCODE
By Bob Grant
Raising a semi-terrestrial species on land highlights the role of developmental plasticity in the evolutionary transition from water to land.
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